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Community Engagement

2024 Community First Recipients

We are so excited to announce our 2024 Community First partners! Throughout the next year, we will spend time raising money and volunteering with SafeHouse of Shelby County, Pathways, Girls Inc. of Central Alabama, and Cahaba Valley Health Care.

 

 

Girls Inc. of Central Alabama

Girls Inc. of Central Alabama inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, providing girls throughout Central Alabama with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. The Girls Inc. Experience consists of people, an environment, and STEM heavy programming that, together, empower girls to succeed.

How can I help?

Cahaba Valley Health Care

Cahaba Valley Health Care provides dental and vision services for people in financial need in Jefferson and Shelby counties, while maintaining dignity, respecting cultural diversity, and strengthening the community. They partner with agencies in Central Alabama such as the UAB School of Dentistry, Christ Health Center, Alabama Regional Medical Services, Hope Health Clinic, and The Foundry to provide patients with the care that they need.

How can I help?

 

SafeHouse of Shelby County

SafeHouse empowers survivors of domestic and sexual violence through support and advocacy and to educate the community to prevent future abuse. They strive to one day exist in a community that has eliminated domestic violence and sexual assault as a result of social change and education.

How can I help?

Pathways

Pathways empowers women and children on their path out of homelessness through hospitality, housing and hope. Over the years, it became obvious that families need more than shelter to escape homelessness. Pathways provides case management services to all our guests to connect them with needed resources and empower them to build the skills and confidence they need to take the first steps on their path out of homelessness.

How can I help?